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Nourishing salmon: Wild caught vs. frankenfish

May 16, 2019 SST

By Wendell Fowler After we offer a prayer of gratitude to the Great Creator, Sandi and I will occasionally eat red-fleshed, wild-caught, open-ocean (not farm-raised) salmon for a variety of reasons: health, survival, protein, brain […]

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Getting intransigent about intransitive verbs

May 16, 2019 SST

By Curtis Honeycutt I ran into my friend Lou at the farmers market on Saturday and she looked troubled. This wasn’t because the sweet corn wasn’t in season yet, but because it’s graduation season and […]

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Ghost TV: What’s new in 2019

May 16, 2019 SST

Ghost TV: What’s new in 2019 By Rick Hinton Paranormal television shows have come and gone throughout the years, with the old being replaced by the new, and a fresh cast of hopeful faces. There […]

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Ghost hunting politics: Part II

May 9, 2019 SST

By Rick Hinton There continues to be ghostly spectacles on the internet posted from excited and impressionable ghost groupies, with definite tie-ins with ghost apps and Photoshop. What is most amazing is the buy-in that […]

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How to avoid RAS Syndrome

May 9, 2019 SST

By Curtis Honeycutt I have some urgent news: there’s an epidemic sweeping the country. So far, scientists haven’t found a cure, but I’m happy to report that it’s preventable. It leaves people looking foolish in […]

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TOP TEN CLUES YOU SKIMPED ON MOTHER’S DAY

May 9, 2019 SST

By Torry Stiles 10. Your father calls to complain about the lack of a decent brunch at least once a year. 9. “Oh, honey. That’s fine. I know you’re busy. My real children remembered.” 8. […]

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Spring radishes: good medicine

May 9, 2019 SST

By Wendell Fowler I must confess: I underestimated the radish as a contributor to my temple’s health. Sandi likes them and frequently brings a bunch home from the market, and if I remember, add them […]

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A quick reality check on reality TV

May 2, 2019 SST

By Curtis Honeycutt Spring is in full swing. The bugs are back, seasonal allergies have come out of hiding and “for sale” signs in front yards are as plentiful as dandelions. If this were a […]